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POLICY STATEMENT
PURPOSE
POLICY NO. 4.1.6
CRESTWOOD ESTATE PUBLIC OPEN SPACE
MAINTENANCE CONTRIBUTION
To provide for a financial contribution to the Crestwood
Homeowners’ Association (Inc) to support its maintenance and
renewal of the Crestwood Estate public open space.
POLICY
1.
BACKGROUND
The Crestwood Estate in Thornlie was developed during the 1960s and comprises
land bounded by Spencer Road, Regal Drive, Castle Court, Thornlie Senior High
School, Lachlan Road and Hume Road. The estate was developed in consultation
with the then Shire of Gosnells to accord with a planning arrangement known as the
“Radburn Concept”, providing each of the estate’s residential blocks with rear access
to public open space.
The Crestwood Estate public open space is vested in the City and leased to the
Crestwood Homeowners Association Inc. The lease of 88,251 square metres of
public land expires in 2069 and conveys responsibility to the Crestwood
Homeowners’ Association (Inc.) for the care, maintenance, repair and general good
order of the Crestwood Estate public open space.
This policy provides for the City to make an annual contribution to the Crestwood
Homeowners Association Inc to support the maintenance of the Crestwood Estate's
public open space in accordance with relevant standards and to provide access to
and safe use of these parklands by the broader community, as appropriate.
2.
METHOD OF CALCULATION OF THE CONTRIBUTION TO CRESTWOOD
ESTATE PUBLIC OPEN SPACE MAINTENANCE
(a)
The City’s annual contribution for maintenance and renewal of Crestwood
Estate public open space will be calculated based upon a square metre rate
for maintenance activity of $1.14 plus a $10,000 allowance for renewal
activity. This rate is based on the maintenance rate of Ailsworth Court
Reserve, Thornlie and will be reviewed every three years in line with the policy
review cycle.
(b)
The contribution is to be paid in biannual instalments to Crestwood
Homeowners’ Association (Inc) in the months of July and January.
(c)
Additional City contributions or expenditure above this annual allocation may
be made by resolution of Council.
Crestwood Estate Public Open Space Maintenance Contribution
Policy No.
4.1.6
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GOVERNANCE REFERENCES
Statutory Compliance
Industry Compliance
Organisational Compliance
Process Links
Nil.
Nil.
Nil.
POLICY ADMINISTRATION
Directorate
Corporate Services
Risk Rating Low
Officer Title
Director Corporate Services
Review Cycle Triennial
Version
1.
2.
3.
Decision Reference
C444/3/1982
FCS568/3/1991
OCM 2128/12/98
4.
OCM 610/14/12/2010
5.
6.
OCM 415/24/09/2013
OCM 18/10/02/2015
Synopsis
(FGP253/2/1982) Adopted
Amended First Class Gardener to Horticultural Tradesperson
Resolved to retain
Replaced policy 4.1.6 to provide for the methodology for calculation of the
City’s contribution to the maintenance of the Crestwood Estate public open
space.
Reviewed and amended with minor changes to improve understanding.
Amended to reflect a more equitable contribution rate.
Crestwood Estate Public Open Space Maintenance Contribution
Contact:
9397 3320
Next Due: 2018
Policy No.
4.1.6
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